Top Ten Reasons Yu-Gi-Oh! is the Best Trading Card GameWe know that Yu-Gi-Oh! is the best, but why? Well, here are some reasons.
The reason I never liked other card games was because they were to difficult to understand. I never got the thing where you put one card down that's like a mission card or whatever and then play someone on top of it and stuff like that. Just too much too remember.
True. I have seen the others games and really till this day I don't know how to play them despite watching matches
The basics are really simple and from there, you can pull off some amazing combos
It looks really complicated, but it's more simple than it seems
If your a fan of dragons than you can use those. If your a tree lover, use a plant deck. If your a bully or just like pounding stuff into nothing and using brute force, than a dinosaur deck is for you. In short whether you love birds, fish ninjas, samarai, or pretty much anything else, there is something for you.
I use spellcasters because I love the images and effects
I use a cyber deck but its not the only one around there are also ones like ninjas and machines other than cyber (like wind-up) and even beasts and dinosaurs with plants and photon along with warrior and sea serpent
Just having a set amount of attack and defense (most of the time) is good enough for me. I mean sure there are a lot of cards that can change that, but its good to just have a good foundation before that and not having to determine stuff like rage and things like that.
That is right
Some cards just look plain cool like Exodius the Ultimate Forbidden Lord and Number 96: Dark Mist and depending on what kinds of pictures you like you can collect just those. For instance, if you like chibi you can collect some of the fabled cards.
I really liked the art on some of the cards, unlike Pokemon(For example) the art can be really detailed and straight up cool, also art comes in different styles.
I have exodia its got EPIC art in the background
Ritule monsters, XYZ monsters, fusion monsters, synchro monsters, normal monsters, and effect monsters are just the beginning. Then you have archtypes like photon, elemantal heroes, wind-up, etc. There are so many possible decks that can be built you never know what you might come up against.
I have social anxiety and every time I play this game, my social anxiety is cured for a week!
I am very socially awkward but nothing else has gotten' me as hyped as Yugioh, It's kinda easy to find people who also like Yugioh so that helps.
My friend plays, and I'm his only friend
If your someone who has been playing for a long time like me you probably have run into the same problem as I do: having a butt load of extra cards that your never going to use and cannot trade just sitting in a box collecting dust. You can't just throw them away but you can sell them and make a few bucks. Even most commons can be sold for $.20 each. So iff you sell 100 commons for $.20 each you can make a good $50. Then you can use that money to buy more valuable ones and sell those. Then you can... Well, you get the point.
You can make some good money from this, and most other popular trading card games. This is probably the best thing about this game.
Yo, I don't know who taught you maths, but 0,20$ x100 = 20$, not 50$
That is so right
Just not in a bad way. Depending on what you need to accomplish you might have to improvise or change your strategy completely.
Yugioh takes some intelligence as well as experience to play
Its awesome to play if you want to be challenged
Considering that it holds spot numero uno in the best selling cards it should be relatively easy to find someone to play against and to find an official tournament store close to you.
Plenty of people around the globe play it
Mabey it's the girl of your dreams or the kids in the neighborhood you just moved into Yugioh can help you meet others (and mabybe get you out of watching your little brother 'cause you and your friends are having a tournament ((yeah right! )
Allmost every school has a couple of duelists
The original shares nothing with the game, except that they're both nonsensical.
Many adults play in official tournaments
That is true. I play one.
Yes those items are cheap and easily acessible!
You can't do that and play in torniments
And make competitive decks with it
Your right I have a machine deck based off an invincible card but it can be easily beaten and easily beat others
Pokemon will always be able to keep up just behind Yugioh, but in the long run Yugioh will stick around while the others fade away.
So you learn addition and multiplacation also subtraction